When you need someone to talk to, someone who will listen, someone who can help, our professional counselors, situated in offices throughout the State, offer a comprehensive quality care for people struggling with a range of life issues. Please take a moment to meet our counseling team and let us know how we can help you with what we do best: Moving Lives Forward! Catholic Charities New Hampshire provides individual, marital, family and couples’ counseling, helping people with a variety of personal difficulties including:
- Family conflicts
- Grief and loss
- Life adjustment issues
- Drug and Addiction
- Relationship problems
Our counseling services are provided by clinical social workers and mental health counselors licensed by the Board of Mental Health Practice of the State of New Hampshire.
- Most health insurances accepted
- Sliding scale fees available
Substance Use Services
You are not alone … Catholic Charities can help.
People suffering from substance use disorder can and do recover. It is the goal of Catholic Charities Substance Use Services to help people who are suffering to find ways to overcome and cope with their struggles with addiction.
Catholic Charities Substance Use Services welcomes people from all walks of life regardless of faith. Our substance use treatment team is committed to treating clients with compassion, respect and the knowledge that addiction is a serious disease. It is our belief that everyone is capable of positive change, recovery, and hope for a better future.
Our counseling services provide appropriate support and care that empowers clients to break free of substance use, improve health and wellness, restore appreciation of their own human dignity and help move lives forward.
Services: Reasonably priced screening and referrals to treatment for those suffering from substance addiction.
Individual Counseling: One-on-one counseling services provided to those in need. Cost effective options include out of pocket payments, sliding fee scale for those who qualify, and billable to most health insurances.
Group Treatment: Affordable group treatment, once a week, for individuals who are in early recovery, have been substance free for one month, or completed an Intensive Outpatient Program.
Staff: Our team is staffed by experienced mental health counselors and directed by Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) and Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors (MLADC).
Substance Use Services, Exeter
St. Vincent De Paul Exeter
53 Lincoln Street
Exeter, NH 03833
Substance Use Services, Nashua
3 Crown Street
Nashua, NH 03060
Danielle C. Capelle, MA
Danielle Capelle works with adolescents/teens, adults, couples and families.
Danielle specializes in:
- Substance abuse
- Life transitional adjustments
She uses motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral and solution focused approaches to therapy. Danielle holds a Master’s of Arts degree in Community Counseling and works out of our Manchester and Concord office.
Lisa J. Hartnett, LICSW
NH Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker #1407
Lisa is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has been working in the mental health field for 20 years. She provides counseling services to adults who are dealing with:
- Substance abuse issues
- Aging and end of life issues
- Life Transitions
Lisa works from a strengths-based perspective and utilizes motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques. Lisa works out of our Rochester and Portsmouth offices.
Carlos Martín Cinto, PhD, LCMHC
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #321
Carlos Martín Cinto is a bi-lingual Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, with extensive experience in adult therapy and couples therapy.
- Anxiety/Panic Attacks
- Stress Management
- Life Transitions
- Depression and mood disorders
- Anger management
- Relational problems/couples therapy
- Grief & Loss
- Project Rachel Post-Abortion Ministry
An MD (PhD) and Psychiatrist from Spain, Dr. Martín Cinto has had a long experience in the field; moving to NH to be close to his first granddaughter. Licensed as Mental Health Counselor, Carlos has been with CCNH since 2006, working with English and Spanish speaking clients. Carlos works out of our Nashua and Keene Offices.
Ann E. LaRocque, LCMHC
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #974
Ann LaRocque, LCMHC is a licensed clinician in the state of New Hampshire has worked in pastoral ministry and pastoral counseling, and hospice and hospital chaplaincy. Her experience as a mental health clinician serves those with:
- Trauma-related issues
- Grief and loss
- Life transitions
- Body-focused therapy
- Post-abortion healing
She holds a master’s degree and an advanced degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola College in Maryland and has a master’s in theology. Additional training is in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, EMDR for trauma-related issues, and Project Rachel, a national Catholic project to help women and men heal after experiencing an abortion.
Ann works mainly with adults age 18 and older, and with children who are having difficulty with grief and loss due to the death of a parent, family member or close loved one. Ann works in our Lebanon office.
Janice D. MacKenzie, LICSW
NH Licensed Clinical Social Worker #1395
Janice MacKenzie is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, with 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. Janice provides counseling services to teens, adults and couples through a strengths-based, cognitive- behavioral and client centered approach to therapy.
Extensive experience treating:
- PTSD/anxiety disorders
- Stress management
- Substance abuse relapse prevention
- Eating disorders/addictive behaviors
- Grief and loss
- Couples and marital problems
Janice appreciates the role of spirituality and faith through the growth and healing process. She is trained in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Project Rachel ministry and also provides EAP counseling services. Janice works in our Littleton and Lancaster offices.
Rev. John J. Mahoney, Jr., M.Div., J.C.L., LCMHC
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #947
Fr. Mahoney is the Director of Clinical Services at Catholic Charities. He is a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Manchester, and an experienced canon lawyer. Fr. Mahoney serves on the Board of The Friends of New Hampshire Drug Courts. As a licensed mental-health counselor, he utilizes person-centered therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and motivational-enhancement therapy, and his professional practice includes biopsychosocial and medical models for the treatment of:
- Adults in recovery from alcohol/drugs
- Addiction disorders
- Anxiety & Depression
- Life adjustment challenges
- Spirituality problems
- Grief and loss issues
- Post-abortion healing through Project Rachel ministry
Fr. Mahoney’s office is situated in the Administration Building of Catholic Charities in Manchester.
Sister Mary Joseph May, MA, LCMHC, MLADC
Sister Mary Joseph has 12 years of experience treating all ages: children, adults, couples, and families.
Specialty areas include:
- Alcohol and drug addiction
- Sexual compulsions
- Anger management
- Extensive experience treating issues relating to trauma, anxiety, depression, and life transitions
She has also completed training in Project Rachel that helps women and men heal after they have had an abortion. She uses cognitive behavioral and solution-focused approaches to therapy, encouraging self-discovery and personal growth in her patients. She works in our Rochester and Portsmouth offices.